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In Wordsearch every player gets to see -- and use -- all the letters that are on the game board. So everyone has the same word-making opportunities and the same word-making fun.
On your turn search the board letters that can be made into a word. As long as you can slide a tile without another one in its path -- it's good! Once you connect them add up your points. The longer the word -- the more points you score.
With every move the board changes -- creating new possibilities and new challenges.
Players: 2 - 4
Ages: 8 and up
Weight: 626 grams
Language Requirements: Game components are printed in English. Manufacturer's rules are printed in English. This is a domestic item.
- 96 wood letter tiles
- 1 game board
Average Rating: 5 in 3 reviews
A relative of mine bought a copy of this wonderful game in a garage sale (for a dollar!)and brought to our family reunion. Every one was lining up to play it. And we're relatively normal people! Where can I get a copy of Wordsearch by Pressman????? She wouldn't part with it for 50 times her original investment!
I had this game years ago and lost it and have wanted to replace it ever since. It is much challenging than scrabble. It is like Scrabble and chess combined. I want this game sooo badly!!! This would be a fun, hand-held video travel game for those long trips!!! Those who love challenging, difficult, fun games this is it!!
This game is one of the best games I have ever played. It is challenging, fun and is much more strategic than Scrabble. I would love to see this game become a PC game. I would definitely be the first to buy it. I had the game and lost some parts to it and have been looking to replace it for years. I even wrote Pressman about it and begged for them to reissue the game to no avail.